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Introducing gender into academia - (in)visible act

Avant le 1er février - Montpellier 3

Date de mise en ligne : [17-11-2010]

Mots-clés : gender

University of Montpellier 3, France - 9th June –11th June 2011

The conference is organized by European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA) Network on Gender and Adult Learning in co-operation with the University of Montpellier 3 in Montpellier, France (Department of adult training - SUFCO). First two conferences of the Network were held in Bochum (1999) and Geneva (2001). A book was published in 2003 incorporating papers from the two conferences : DYBBROE Betina, OLLAGNIER Edmée Ed. (2003) Challenging gender in lifelong learning : european perspectives, Copenhagen, Roskilde University Press. The third meeting took place in Wroclaw (2004) as an ESREA post-conference seminar, and next ones in Geneva (2005) and in Olsztyn (2007). The last conference was held in Hull (2009). Another book was published in 2008 incorporating papers from the conferences in Geneva and Olsztyn : OSTROUCH Joanna, OLLAGNIER Edmée Ed. (2008) Researching Gender in Adult Learning, Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang Publishing. Continuing this tradition and previous discussions in Hull, this coming conference which will take place from :

Thursday morning 9th to Saturday 11th morning (or noon) of June 2011
will provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussions on :

. Gender and academic (hidden) curriculum
. Gender and adult education theories
. Gender and adult training in academia
. Gender and academic experiences of students and teachers

The Conference will provide space to engage participants with these and similar issues in workshops and plenary sessions, will be a forum for researchers to facilitate cooperation, exchange knowledge and experience, and to integrate PhD students into the field.


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